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The front stalled over us on Monday has been pushed to the south and will basically stay there & slowly fizzle out by Thursday/Friday. This will ensure us of much better weather compared to what we dealt with on Monday through at least Saturday.




It was quite rainy at times on our Monday, but after a foggy start to this Tuesday, the weather will definitely be better today with more in the way of sun poking through the clouds, and a few pop-up showers and storms possible later in the day thanks to an upper air disturbance most likely clipping the region later this afternoon and evening.  Highs today will reach the low to perhaps a few mid 80s with high levels of humidity.  An early shower/storm is possible tonight, but it looks a quiet night is on the way with some more dense fog expected to develop, which will likely set us up for another foggy start on Wednesday.  The weather Wednesday through Saturday at this point looks mainly dry with just a slight risk each afternoon and/or evening for a pop-up shower/storm or two under a sun cloud mix.  Highs will be in the low to mid 80s during the stretch, and lows will be in the 60s.  The last two thirds of the holiday weekend will feature a little bit better of a chance of a few showers and storms later Sunday afternoon and even more so on Labor Day itself due to an approaching and passage of a cold front later on Labor Day.  Behind the cold front it could turn quite cool and windy by next Tuesday, but it still a ways out, so stay tuned for updates!

TODAY:  Warm and humid with early fog giving way to some sun and a possibility of a few scattered pop-up showers/storms later this afternoon, but all in all, much drier than Monday.

HIGH:  83

TONIGHT:  An early shower/storm, otherwise partly cloudy with more areas of fog developing.

LOW:  65

WEDNESDAY:  A slight risk for a shower/storm, but overall it looks mainly dry with a partly sunny sky after some early fog.

HIGH:  85

THURSDAY:  Sun and clouds with a slight risk for an afternoon shower/storm.

HIGH:  84

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